Biodynamic

    Emiliana Wines – Sustainable, Organic and Biodynamic Wines

    … around the world. While the majority of these labels are from Italy, they also work with wineries in Australia, Chile, Spain and even a couple of American wineries. About the winery: The Emiliana winery firmly believes that using sustainable, organic, and biodynamic agricultural practices results in better-balanced, healthier, and more productive…

    5 readers - By Cliff's Wine Picks

    LCBO Vintages release – September 13, 2014 (WVN 200)

    … to the northern frontier of Burgundy. This maker grows grapes organically and follows biodynamic practices, unusual for the appellation. The resulting wines are known for their sense of place; that is, they are not blended to taste the same from one year to the next. This is an evolved wine with enormous complexity and character. It is intense with toast…

    1 readers - By The Winesights Reader

    Organic Wines Uncorked

    …We publish information about wines grown from certified organic or Biodynamic vineyards that are generally made with sulfites (which are usually added in small amounts to preserve the wine). That includes these certification types: ORGANIC WINE CERTIFICATIONS • Made with Organic Grapes Vineyards: certified organic Vinification: less than 100 ppm…

    1 readers - By Organic Wines Uncorked

    Southbrook Vineyards Organic Wine Tasting

    …I received these wines to celebrate Southbrook Vineyards' recent inclusion into the high-quality prepared food section of distinguished British retailer Marks & Spencer. Southbrook is now the sole Canadian vintner to be found in this section. This is also Southbrook's first foray into the U.K. market with Demeter-certified biodynamic wine. "We…

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    Finally A Balanced View of Biodynamics

    … such a piece, and Anne Krebiehl’s posting in Harper’s entitled “Why Biodynamic Wines Need to Change Their Communication”1 takes a balanced and questioning view of Biodynamic winemaking practice rather than a dismissively judgmental one. Ms. Krebiehl is a skeptic and, like a good many of us, is disinclined to accept every claim put forward by true…

    3 readers - By Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine